Your free

Shoulder Openers

Your free

Shoulder Openers

Make sure you do a general warm up before getting started with this sequence. 
You can do these before every single handstand training up to 6 times a week. 
Focus on form. Keep your elbows locked and scapula elevated.
Stay consistent!


The Drills

Shoulder Warm Up with Elastic
8x | 1 set
Forehead to W
8x | 2 sets
Shoulder Opener at Wall
30sec | 2 sets
Chest to Wall Shoulder Lifts
8x | 2 sets
Shoulder Opener on Knees
30sec | 1 set
Shoulder Opener on Knees with Bent Elbows
30sec | 1 set
Shoulder Lifts on Floor
8x | 2 sets
Back to the Wall Shoulder Shrugs
8x | 2 sets
Kneeling Shoulder Shrugs with Elastic
12x | 2 sets

From 0 to hero

Together we will work from a regular push up to the chest to wall handstand and beyond until you feel comfortable enough to hold your freestanding handstand. No matter your current level you will find the right workout and get you going!

Complete Programming

Handstands is so much more than just simply standing on your hands. Weekly flexibility routines, conditioning and injury prevention protocols will make sure you stay healthy, well rounded and with nothing between you and your handstand goals.

More than just the Drills

Get full access to over 2h of instructional footage in my knowledgebase to go beyond just doing the drills. Learn and study the precise how’s and why’s to become your own coach!

Customized to your particular needs

After an in depth initial assessment you will get access to your very own customized handstand training plan. Throughout the program you can reassess at any time to keep the customization up to current standarts!

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Do not rotate shoulders. Wrists stay in same position towards each other. Isolate shoulders in first one. Add chest for second movement. Never open your mid or lower back

Rotate your thumbs up during the W part. Make sure that your elbows are 90 degrees bent and in line with the shoulders. Do not lift the entire upper body. Only lift the elbows and hands.

Before pushing the hips towards the wall slide down as much as possible until throat faces the wall. Then push hips towards the wall.

Push your entire body including chest, core and hips against the wall. Look at your hands. First reach up towards the ceiling to elevate the scapula and then back. If you can not reach back due to a lack of mobility push your armpits towards the wall instead.

Look at hands. Elbows locked. Arch your back. Hips over knees or slightly further back. Push hips towards hands.

Make your hands touch and keep your elbows close to each other. Place your chin on your chest and push your chest down. Hands stay close to the shoulder blades.

Look at your hands. Do not arch your back. First reach away from your to elevate your scapula. Only after lift the hands off the floor.

Keep your ribs in and do not arch your back. Keep your elbows locked. Bonus points if you can look up towards your hands.

Look at hands. Elbows locked. Hands shoulder width apart. Extra slow on way down